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2018 in science

A new study from Eotvos Lorand University confirms the existence of two Kordylewski clouds orbiting Earth. Kazimierz Kordylewski first observed the faint clouds of dust around the {{L4}} and {{L5}} Lagrangian points in the 1960s.

Since the dawn of man, we’ve held our Moon is a special. Maybe because of how beautiful it is, or the fact that it’s the only one we have. However, after more than 50 years of arguments and hypotheses, we finally know that it’s not our only moon.

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  1. According to a new study from Etvs Lornd University, the two Kordylewski clouds orbiting Earth can be considered moons.
  2. A new study from Eotvos Lorand University confirms the existence of two Kordylewski clouds orbiting Earth. Kazimierz Kordylewski first observed the faint clouds of dust around the {{L4}} and {{L5}} Lagrangian points in the 1960s.

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